Saturday, November 7, 2015

Cover Reveal: "...Walk Into A Bar" by L.K. Hatchett


Harry's Bar was always in need of bartenders. Josh wanted the job because he thought the bar had character. He just wasn't prepared for the characters that walked in.

A paranormal scifi horror comedy, "A Zombie, An Alien, and A Vampire Walk Into A Bar" will be available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, and Kobo on November 13, 2015. Friday the 13th!

Friday, October 23, 2015

Cover Reveal! Convergence Point by Liana Brooks

This new book by Liana Brooks sounds very intriguing!

Convergence Point Blurb:

Agent Samantha Rose has already died once…and knows the exact date she’ll die again.

Having taken down a terrorist organization bent on traveling through time to overthrow the government, Sam figured she was done dealing with the unbelievable. Finally out of backwater Alabama, she’s the senior agent in a Florida district, and her life is back on track.

Until a scientist is found dead. And then an eco-terrorist. And then a clone of herself…again.

As the pieces start to fall together, they paint a picture that seems to defy everything we know about time and physics. But the bodies are all too real, and by partnering up with Agent MacKenzie once more, they might just figure out what’s going on. And when.

Available November 24th everywhere ebooks are sold! To be reminded of the release...

Thursday, October 15, 2015

My Past Life as a Dung Beetle Cover Reveal Re-release

"My Past Life as a Dung Beetle" by L.K. Hatchett has a new cover! Ashley Atkins did a fantastic job of capturing the essence of the story with her wonderful drawing. There were a few other changes as well as a dedication page added, so the story has been re-released as the 2nd Edition today.


Jim Williams loves to collect stuff, but his wife thinks it's all crap. He may have led a past life as a dung beetle.


Yes, it’s only 11 pages long, but in these 11 pages is a truly wonderful, unique story that has you thinking and laughing with every sentence. It’s about a man who believes that in his past life he was a dung beetle, of which he is quite proud. Why would anyone want to be a dung beetle, you are probably asking? I know I was. By the end of this book, you’ll have that answer, along with a warm feeling in your heart for the man and his family.

(The 2nd edition is 13 pages long.)

H. Temple

Finally a book of hoarder justifications! Junk collectors and their families would appreciate this book. This book won’t cure junk retention, but it might make you laugh.

Maria Hammarblad

My past life as a dung beetle is about a collector of random stuff and his family. I had no idea what to expect when I started reading it, and the first couple of pages both amused and confused me. They were funny and cute, but I didn't get it. Then, the story really got going, and I hurried through it with a smile on my lips. All the pieces fell into place and everything made sense.

I'm sure I stem from a genetic line of gatherers. I save all sorts of crap because it might be useful at some point in the future. My husband has a collection of collections. My past life as a dung beetle made me smile with recognition, root for the hero, and sympathize with the heroine. It is a touching story about life, well worth reading.



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This story was edited by Michelle Browne at Magpie Editing.

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